Hammered Satin

Hammered Satin – Video Release Party
The Viper Room, Sunset Strip
West Hollywood, California
By Victoria Joyce
Photography by Alex Kinnan

A very dolled up crowd showed up at the Viper Room on the first Thursday of March 2014 for Hammered Satin’s Video Release Party.

Scott H Biram

Scott H Biram , Larry and his Flask ,Whiskey Shivers at the Echo ..What a Hootennany!!
By Mila Reynaud
Photography by Mila Reynaud

The “Dirty Old One Man Band” from Texas was in town at the Echo! Scott H Biram is back on the road with new tunes from “Nothin’ But Blood”.  This record is Biram’s ninth, and the fifth for Bloodshot Records, the Independent label specializing in roots-infused indie punk alternative country music. It is time to verify if this white trash blues man sweats his soul on stage.

Trip Loon

“Foxy Dude” Video
Featuring Hammered Satin
Directed by Trip Loon
By Victoria Joyce
Photography by Aric Coppola

The official release of “Foxy Dude” was held up until everybody got back from SXSW, however Hollywood Rockers were treated to a Release Party at the Viper Room on March 6th that included a wild performance by Hammered Satin. Because we are so special. Aren’t you? Yes, you are. You are special.

The After Hours

The After Hours
Viper Room
Hollywood
By Lucky (SugarBuzz Hollywood Hooligan)
Photography by Alex Kinnan

My first exposure to The After Hours happened by chance one night in 2013 while I was cavorting at The Redwood Bar and Grill in downtown Los Angeles. I wasn’t there to review or even suss out bands, if fact I was destined for trouble, chatting up at the bar.

Rikkha

Rikkha
Whisky a Go – Go
Hollywood, CA
By Lucky
Photography by Mila Reynaud

Direct from Paris France, Rikkha launched a whirlwind tour through the golden state culminating in a spectacular adieu at the world famous Whisky a Go-Go on the legendary Sunset Strip. 

Franky Perez & The Truth

Franky Perez & The Truth with Special Guest Steve Stevens
Every Living Soul
The Viper Room
The Sunset Strip
West Hollywood, California
By Victoria Joyce

Thank God it was raining. Seriously, the biggest storm in years hit Southern California on the last day of February and people went nuts. And they stayed in. Well, not everybody.